The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is proposing what it said are streamlining measures for “the attestation of ATM/ANS equipment”, changes that if implemented would pave the way for “a much-needed technological evolution of the Air Traffic Management (ATM) landscape”. The measures “will enable a functioning EU market for this equipment and so ensure the safe, secure, interoperable, and efficient operation of the European ATM network for all phases of flight”, the agency said, adding that for the most important equipment, EASA certification will be required. The plan is for a single cert to replace “multiple processes run in
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